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HOW TO USE AUTO CREATE CONTENT
« on: January 10, 2011, 06:48:23 PM »
This is a copy of a great how-to post by Meg. If you're having trouble with Auto Create Content not creating enough content try this:

I followed the video step by step and here are some of my setting:
on my topic "acne scars"= 331 frequency (use all resources)
do you mean I need Topic frequency over 500, I've noticed that parsing sentences bar on the Top menu doesn't even show up. Can you please collaborate more on "the available research for that function to work well".

Acne scars - settings English / USA Speed: 25
run 1 - research - 97 and less than 1 page of subtopics
run 2 - click research again (gets more and different pages) 239 and over 2 pages of topics
run 3 click research again - 389 and only 4 more topics

Use suggest tool - choose acne scars treatment. Use query builder to add all sources (NOTE anti virus checker finds 2 potential infected sites!)
results now have 1024 acne scars treatment, 389 acne scars and about an additional page of subtopics or increased subtopics.

Change country to UK and click just on research
acne scars treatment now 1162 and acne scars still 389
put query back to acne scars and keep country UK. Just click "research"
acne scars treatment remains 1162 and acne scars now 598 plus another half page of subtopics

Try acne scars treatment again - change country back to USA. Click research
acne scars treatment now 1323. Some new subtopics have been added and some new info within existing subtopics.

Auto create content - acne scars, 300 words, better quality

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Acne scars will probably fade away with time.  They can be prevented by treating acne breakouts,  or simple zits or pimples in their early stage.  They are a sad memento of the having suffered pimples or even acne.  They are not caused because your skin is dry.  Acne scars can leave  your skin looking and feeling rough, making you appear older than your  true age.  

Acne scars are the leftover ugly-looking marks after the acnes disappear.  They are typically  indented marks or raised, red areas that sometimes give the skin a wavy appearance.  They can affect a person's appearance greatly.  They can eclipse any beautiful face and diminish the self confidence of the concerned person.  Acne scars are the aftermath of one's battle from acne.  

Acne scars are caused by a selection of factors.  They are caused by the body's attempt to repair damage to the tissue.  They are common problems but there are topical treatments and procedures available to lessen their  visibility.  They are stubborn, and no single treatment is best for everyone.  Acne scars are difficult to treat and this often results in unhappiness if a scar treatment fails.  

Acne scars are the results of a healed acne breakout.  They are visible linear scars.  They are often the result of long-term infection and inflammation of the skin's glands.  They are formed when collagen within the skin is damaged from inflammation.  Acne scars are also removed through collagen injections.  

Acne scars are a common problem that dermatologists are consulted on regularly.  They are usually being among the most feared facial imperfections a teen or young mature may have.  They are a challenge for the physician, as few treatment modalities are effective

Re: HOW TO USE AUTO CREATE CONTENT
« Reply #1 on: February 24, 2011, 06:37:24 AM »
Meg has suggested I add some extra operational information as a sticky.

IAW has something called the "quality" filter - it strips out content that is in the research if the "quality" score is not enough. That meant it is possible to see a fair amount of potential research being returned, but nothing showing up when you click on a topic because the material returned was "junk" or low quality. 

IAW actually "parses" or analyzes the information retrieved to determine whether it constitutes good material - that way, things like very commercially oriented stuff (adverts, spammy material, etc) gets weeded out. 


Amin